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Author Topic: Audiovox Cruise Control Install  (Read 2873 times)
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Fifth Gear
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« on: May 19, 2008, 04:13:00 PM »

Hi gang,

I installed the Audiovox CCS-100 Cruise Control unit in my MSM a couple days ago (including the factory wiper/washer/cruise stalk) and it works great -- all ready for my drive to the 2008 Topless Sun Run in Kelowna at the end of this week. My sincere thanks and appreciation go to the good folks who posted the excellent articles in the garage section at ( The details in these instructions on dip-switch settings, which OEM wires to splice into and the clear pictures of the throttle linkage connections all made my install a relative snap! I especially appreciated the advice to remove the driver's seat -- brilliant idea on these small cars.  The only thing I would like to add to finish off the installation is the factory fog/cruise switch on the lower left of the dash -- but I'm way to cheap to pay retail for that switch (costs as much as the cruise control package from Audiovox!).

Anyway, that's my cruise control story from the weekend. Colour me happy!

'05 Ti MSM with: Flyin' Miata Downpipe, Midpipe, Exhaust | Hydra 2.7 ECU w/KO Racing tune | Deatschwerks 700cc Injectors | Turbosmart Manual Boost Controller | BEGi Cool Air Intake, Intercooler, Throttle Inlet | Forge Bypass Valve | FCM Elite Coilovers | Racing Beat 1.125" Tubular Front Sway Bar | Whiteline Endlinks | Enkei 15x8 PF01s | Hankook 225/45 R-S3s | Hard Dog HCHTDD Roll Bar | MiataRoadster Short Shift Kit | Audiovox Cruise Control | Sylfex AuxMod | VDO Boost Gauge | ScanGauge II | BlendMount | Cocomats
Second Gear
Posts: 74

« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2008, 06:31:54 PM »

Did this myself couple of weeks ago, works well, but did use the long wire w/loop and no beads..
think this works better, and the wire color codes did not match my stalk (bought from baggie)
had to figure it out, but was not hard to do Smiley

I also made a main switch in the plastic-surrounding behind the steering wheel, on the right side..

works very well  Grin

04 MSM Titanium Grey Big Enchilada w/Cruise Control
Imported from Florida Smiley
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